ROBERT M. TRAVISANO is a Member of the Firm in the Litigation practice. Based in the firm's Newark and New York offices, he concentrates his practice in the area of complex business disputes. In 2013, he was named to the New Jersey Rising Stars list in the areas of Business Litigation and General Litigation.
Represents institutional clients in the federal and state courts of both New York and New Jersey
Litigates matters involving shareholder and partnership disputes
Defends institutional clients in commercial lease actions
Prosecutes and defends breach of contract actions
Mr. Travisano also has represented foreign and domestic insurers in the litigation and negotiation of complex coverage disputes in connection with fidelity, general liability, director and officer, and property and casualty policies. Additionally, he has defended matters involving consumer fraud and business torts.
Mr. Travisano's reported cases include:
Ricketti v. Barry, et al., 13-6804 (D.N.J. 2015) (On remand, district court dismissed complaint asserting breach of contract and tortious interference claims brought against a wound care center administrator and its director by the head of a podiatric medical group)
Philp v. Ross University School of Medicine, 14-CV-556 (D.N.J. 2014) (Federal court dismissed with prejudice a complaint alleging civil rights violations, breach of contract, and tort claims brought against a medical school and its administrators and faculty by an expelled student, who challenged the school’s grievance committee procedures and assailed his treatment while a student)
Nielsen Co. (US), LLC v. Hudson River Group, Inc., 2014 N.Y. App. Div. LEXIS 3168 (N.Y. 2d Dept. May 7, 2014) (in reversing summary judgment against our client, court held that parties' course of conduct over a six year period raised issues of fact as to plaintiff's implied waiver of its contractual audit right)
Burkes v. New York State Dental Association, 2013 WL 3784143 (S.D.N.Y. July 18, 2013) (dismissing complaint with prejudice, court sustained a private professional organization's internal disciplinary process applied in the suspension of dentist as a result of his guilty plea to a prescription drug charge and rejected claims for breach of fiduciary duty, selective enforcement, negligence, denial of due process and tortious interference)
Iatarola v. Efrosman, 2008 WL 3412267 (N.J. App. Div. Aug. 14, 2008) (bank owed no duty to shareholders of corporate account holder)
Endico v. Fonte, 485 F.Supp.2d 411 (S.D.N.Y. 2007) (member interests in a limited liability company that owned apartment building did not qualify as securities)
Serio v. Black, Davis & Shue Agency, Inc., 2005 WL 3642217 (S.D.N.Y. Dec. 30, 2005) (court granted preliminary injunction freezing defendant's assets based on a showing that millions of dollars in improperly withheld insurance premiums had been transferred offshore and then disbursed to defendant's principals back in the United States)
Articles in the National Law Review database by Robert M. Travisano